Day 2: 4 Fun DIY Turkey Crafts for the Kids!

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Day 2 of 50 DIY Days: Fun DIY Turkey Crafts for the Kids!

It’s day TWO of my 50 DIY Days and I’m excited to share 4 very Fun DIY Turkey Crafts for the Kids! My oldest daughter is going to be 7 in December and she is very into making things right now. I think we will be crafting some turkeys in the next couple of weeks!

1) This little turkey dude is adorable! You can download this turkey for your kids to cut out and decorate their cups on Thanksgiving! Found on Mer Mag.

This little turkey dude is adorable! You can download this turkey for your kids to cut out and decorate their cups on Thanksgiving! Found on Mer Mag.

2) Make these thankful turkey jars with your kids and they can give them to friends and family! This fun craft is from Local Adventurer.

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3) Pom poms are always perfect for kid crafting and apparently they are also perfect for making cute little pom pom turkeys! Find out how to make these cute turkeys on She Knows.

Pom poms are always perfect for kid crafting and apparently they are also perfect for making cute little pom pom turkeys! Find out how to make these cute turkeys on She Knows.

4) You can print out a free template to make this cardboard turkey for Thanksgiving! Find the directions and printable on Made By Joel.

You can print out a free template to make this cardboard turkey for Thanksgiving! Find the directions and printable on Made By Joel.

Click here to keep up with my 50 DIY Days and check out holiday DIYs from the past few years.

– Chelsey

I want to see what you’re making! Share your crafting with me on Instagram. It could be one of my DIY’s, or a project you’re working on. Tag my IG account @thepapermama and use the hashtag #papermamafriends.

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Day 1: My Favorite Wreath DIYs

Day 1 of 50 DIY Days: My Favorite Wreath DIYs

This baby of mine seems to take most of my time and I haven’t been able to keep up with my shop and my blog, but I’m slowly getting back to it. I love blogging so it’s important to me that I keep up with this.

Anyway, today I’m kicking off my 50 DIY Days (you can check out the past few years right here). I’ll be honest: I probably won’t make it through all 50 days, but I’ll do my best since I love these posts.

Today is Halloween, but I’m ready for Christmas! Anyone else feel the same? Today I’m sharing three of my favorite wreaths that I’ve made in the past.

1. This little pom pom wreath is adorable. It always makes me think of rainbow brite!

2. I provided a printable so you can make this Silhouette Wreath for your home.

3. This delicate Maple Tree Seed Fall Wreath is perfect for Fall.

4. Last, but not least, my favorite wreath I’ve made to date: Honeycomb Berry Wreath.

Click here to keep up with my 50 DIY Days and check out holiday DIYs from the past few years.

– Chelsey

I want to see what you’re making! Share your crafting with me on Instagram. It could be one of my DIY’s, or a project you’re working on. Tag my IG account @thepapermama and use the hashtag #papermamafriends.

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12 Cool Kids Room Decor Ideas

12 Cool Kids Room Decor Ideas

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Kids rooms have a tendency to get messy FAST, so I’m always on the lookout for new decor ideas that are cute and organize the massive amount of toys, art, and other random items. I found 12 Cool Kids Room Decor Ideas that I love and I think you will enjoy.

 

1) I LOVE this little DIY cactus coat rack. It would look cute in just about any kids room. Found on Carnets Parisiens.

I LOVE this little DIY cactus coat rack. It would look cute in just about any kids room. Found on Carnets Parisiens.

2) My kiddo has SO MANY tiny toys that she loves. This little toy figurine display is so cute and would be perfect for her. Found on Young House Love.

My kiddo has SO MANY tiny toys that she loves. This little toy figurine display is so cute and would be perfect for her. Found on Young House Love.

3) If you’re kids room is tiny this may be a good option for you. A little bed loft built into a closet. Find the DIY on Bigger Than the Three of Us.

If you're kids room is tiny this may be a good option for you. A little bed loft built into a closet. Find the DIY on Bigger Than the Three of Us.

To check out the complete list of Cool Kids Room Decor Ideas head on over to the Better Homes and Gardens blog.

I want to see what you’re crafting! You can share a link to what you’ve made in the comments below, or tag me on Instagram with a photo (my user name is @thepapermama).

– Chelsey

P.S. I am a paid contributor for the Better Homes and Gardens blog.

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14 Neat Pet DIY Ideas

14 Neat Pet DIY Ideas

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We love our pets, but that doesn’t mean all of their toys and supplies needs to make our homes look like a pet store. Check out these 14 Neat Pet DIY Ideas to inspire some pet crafting in your home!

1) Let’s be honest, a lot of cats craters are pretty ugly. This pretty color blocked cat scratching post will fit right in most homes and your kitty will love it. Found on A Beautiful Mess.

Let's be honest, a lot of cats craters are pretty ugly. This pretty color blocked cat scratching post will fit right in most homes and your kitty will love it. Found on A Beautiful Mess.

2) If you are a little more crafty and know how to use a power tool check out this amazing DIY Geometric Doghouse. Found on Home Made Modern.

If you are a little more crafty and know how to use a power tool check out this amazing DIY Geometric Doghouse. Found on Home Made Modern.

3) This lovely dog bed is a little more of an advanced project, but these ladies show you exactly how to make it. Found on A Beautiful Mess.

This lovely dog bed is a little more of an advanced project, but these ladies show you exactly how to make it. Found on A Beautiful Mess.

 

To check out the full list of Neat Pet DIY Ideas, head on over to the Better Homes and Gardens blog!

I want to see what you’re crafting! You can share a link to what you’ve made in the comments below, or tag me on Instagram with a photo (my user name is @thepapermama).

– Chelsey

P.S. I am a paid contributor for the Better Homes and Gardens blog.

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